Support » Plugin: Easy FAQ with Expanding Text » Error message re: Undefined variable in plugin's faq.php file

  • Resolved jimchicago


    Hi Bryan, I installed the Easy FAQ with Expanding Text plugin a few months ago on a site I’ve been developing, and have used the [bg_faq_start] and [bg_faq_end] shortcodes on three pages of the site without a problem.

    Yesterday I moved that site from a subdomain to the root of the domain. Two of the pages with the shortcodes on them still look fine, but this one now has the following error message:

    Notice: Undefined variable: foldup in /hermes/bosoraweb134/b90/ipg.themarketingquizcom/reinsurancestrategies/wp-content/plugins/easy-faq-with-expanding-text/faq.php on line 418.

    The good news is, the expand/contract animations on that page still work, but: Can you tell me how to edit line 418 (or any other line) of the faq.php file referenced in the error message in order to remove this error message from the page? Thank you.

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  • Plugin Author bgentry


    Sorry for the delay! This will be fixed soon.

    OK . . . anything you can do to make that fix happen as soon as possible would be much appreciated!!

    Plugin Author bgentry


    I just uploaded version and this should solve the issue.

    Sorry it took so long! I started grad school recently and programming matters were pushed aside by economics and accounting.

    Hi Brian, thanks for the message. I logged into my site and upgraded to version of the plugin, and used W3 Total Cache to empty all caches, but I am still seeing this text just above the expandable bars on this page:

    Notice: Undefined index: foldup in /hermes/bosoraweb134/b90/ipg.themarketingquizcom/reinsurancestrategies/wp-content/plugins/easy-faq-with-expanding-text/faq.php on line 412

    Is there something I can/should do to get rid of that message on the page?

    — Jim

    Plugin Author bgentry


    Well, technically you could edit your PHP settings to just ignore errors like this…But you shouldn’t have to. Dealing with picky PHP rules is part of being a plugin developer. 🙂
    I just uploaded yet another version of the plugin that should take care of it.

    Thanks, Brian, I upgraded to Version, and it worked–the error message is now gone!

    Plugin Author bgentry


    Thanks! I wish I had gotten around to this sooner but I’m glad the flaw is gone.



    This plugin rocks!

    I have an error like this.

    Warning: array_key_exists() expects parameter 2 to be array, boolean given in /home/admin/ on line 121

    How to get rid of that?

    Thank you

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